It was 2-2 against Juventus in the International Champions Cup. Regular time was practically over. And then Harry Kane did this. 

By Luis Miguel Echegaray
July 21, 2019

Harry Kane has no problem using his summer to display his flair for the sensational moment.

Tottenham got off to great start in the International Champions Cup with an entertaining 3-2 win against Juventus, and the winner was thanks the team's reliable goalscorer.  

The England striker came on in the second half, and in the third minute of stoppage time, just as both sides thought they were heading for penalties, Kane collected the ball at the halfway line and didn't even need to pick up his head to know that Juventus goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny was off his line. With that, he decided to gamble–and it paid off in a big way.

Kane's long-range bomb gave Tottenham the win. His heroics aside, Spurs enjoyed a good performance from new signing Tanguy Ndombele, who created the assist for Lucas Moura's equalizer, minutes after Cristiano Ronaldo made it 2-1 in the 60th minute.

The game also marked debuts for Juventus's Matthijs de Ligt and Adrien Rabiot, who arrived from Ajax and PSG, respectively. Next up for Juventus is a friendly ICC matchup against Serie A foe Inter Milan on Wednesday, while Tottenham plays Man United in another ICC clash the day after. 

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